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Quotes & Sayings About Harvard Square

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Top Harvard Square Quotes

Harvard Square Quotes By Edwin Arlington Robinson

I wonder more and more just where I may have come out if I had never seen Harvard Square. — Edwin Arlington Robinson

Harvard Square Quotes By Geraldine Brooks

I took the T from Logan airport to Harvard Square. I hate driving in Boston. It's the traffic that drives me spare, and the absolutely terrible manners of the motorists. Other New Englanders refer to Massachusetts drivers as Massholes. — Geraldine Brooks

Harvard Square Quotes By Tod Machover

The barn where I work, it's only 15 minutes or so from Harvard square, so It's very close to the center of Boston, but it happens to be a total oasis. It's completely quiet in there. — Tod Machover

Harvard Square Quotes By Lisa Birnbach

from The Prep Pantheon: An All-Time Great Alumni Association

Caroline Kennedy. Concord Academy '75. Harvard '80. On technical points Preppier than Mummy. During four years at Harvard Square, an unnatural fiber never went near her body (except for the shell of her L. L. Bean down vest). Her lacrosse game was ruthless, her brunch technique dazzling (smoked heavily, sat with the descendents of three other presidents). — Lisa Birnbach

Harvard Square Quotes By Geraldine Brooks

Harvard Square could feel like a party on a warm night, full of energy and privilege and promise. Or it could seem like one of the bleakest places on earth
an icy, windswept rat maze where kids wasted their youth clawing over one another in a fatuous contest for credentials. — Geraldine Brooks

Harvard Square Quotes By John Updike

When I went away to college, I marveled at the wealth of bookstores around Harvard Square. — John Updike

Harvard Square Quotes By Azar Nafisi

Between my first book tour, in 2003, and the next one, in 2009, many of the places I visited had undergone a significant transformation or vanished: Cody's in Berkeley, seven branch libraries in Philadelphia, twelve of the fourteen bookstores in Harvard Square, Harry W. Schwartz in Milwaukee and, in my own hometown of Washington, D.C., Olsson's and Chapters. — Azar Nafisi

Harvard Square Quotes By Rem Koolhaas

We discovered a person in Lagos who had a fish stall, and within a single square metre she carried two children all the way to Harvard. She supported an unbelievable escape of her children into education. In that sense it was a city completed pixillated, and every pixel contained amazing stories. — Rem Koolhaas